The statement will after the fans stormed in social media since US politicians have used the British singer’s music at his rallies.
Among other things, the Republican presidential aspirant Donald Trump has pepped his followers with one of her songs at galas in Iowa.
“Adele has not given permission for her music used in some political campaigns,” writes her spokesperson in an email.
that politicians are trying to surf the artists’ popularity is not uncommon.
The band REM attacked in September Trump since he used the song “It’s the End of the World” at an election rally and the Swedish duo Axwell & amp; Ingrosso gave in April Sen. Marco Rubio reprimanded for having played their “Something new” at a campaign rally in which he asked for a “New American Century”.
But Steve Gordon, a lawyer in the entertainment industry, told the newspaper The Guardian of artists in the United States do not actually prohibit politicians from playing their music in public. All that is required is that campaigns pay for the license, which by law can not be denied, according to the lawyer.